Jack Hayford's landmark teaching on the Book of Nehemiah unfolds a clear picture of the nature and work of the Holy Spirit assisting the believer in rebuilding life's broken places. Nehemiah, whose name means Comforter, is a picture of the Holy Spirit who has come to repair, rebuild, and restore. Just as Nehemiah came to rebuild the walls around Jerusalem and its temple, so the Holy Spirit is ready to rebuild the thoughts, emotions, and character of those who have received new life in Christ.
For seventy years—ever since I was a ten-year-old boy and received Jesus—the Lord’s Prayer has been foundational to my walk with Him. I pray it every day...
The average believer never learns to pray beyond the circle of their own personal need, usually because they suppose it’s presumptuous to pray for great issues or they think faith isn’t great enough. Yet the Word of God calls us to pray for our cities and nations, assuring us that our prayers are indeed decisive.
When you can't see a thing, you can be brought to a certain point. But there finally comes the moment when you must decide to reach out for yourself. Jesus' encounter with the blind Bartimaeus demonstrates the faith that God will give us in our very darkest hour.
This ten-part series airs Jan. 18 to Mar. 22. It offers a practical look at the Revelation of Jesus Christ and how it applies to our lives today. Free study guide.